A Bit About Life at Arvada Flats
Welcome to the Arvada Flats. Our recently renovated units will feature a variety of different floor plans including 4 bed 2 bath units, 3 bed 2 bath units, and 2 bed 1 bath units fit for all styles of living! All will be renovated with washer and dryer in unit.
What to do in Arvada
Often called "the heart and soul" of Arvada, historic Olde Town is the city’s thriving downtown district. Olde Town features turn-of-the-century architecture that perfectly captures Main Street Americana with ambiance with style.
Olde Town boasts a number of charming shops, boutiques, galleries, events, restaurants, breweries and even a winery!
The perfect stop for antique auto buffs. The museum displays an ever-changing collection of one-of-a-kind historic automobiles, including vintage and antique cars.
Arts performance center with art galleries, art shows and sales, art classes and a children's playground. In the summer, the arts center becomes even more as an outdoor music venue.
Olde Town Arvada
The city of Arvada, located just northwest of Denver, offers visitors a small-town feel. Much of the community's charm stems from the turn-of-the-century Main Street Americana ambiance of Olde Town Arvada, with its numerous restaurants, bars, breweries, galleries and shops.
After the discovery of gold, the town grew as railroad and trolley lines from Denver were built and agriculture thrived. Arvada boasts 90 parks within city limits and festivals and farmers' markets nearly every weekend.
One of the city's most notable attraction is the Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities, housing spaces for theatrical and musical productions and visual art.
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Olde Town Arvada is a commuter rail station on the G Line of the Denver RTD system in Denver, Colorado. It is located in downtown Arvada, Colorado and is the fifth stop from Denver Union Station. The station includes 600 parking spaces in a parking garage that is shared with local businesses. Construction on the station and garage began late 2014.
The public art chosen for the station is "Track Bone" by Frank Swanson and reflects how the railroad was in many ways the backbone of Arvada when it was founded in 1870. The sculpture is made of Red Colorado Granite cut into sections of railroad track and is 28 feet (8.5 m) long, 4 feet 6 inches (1.37 m) high, and 7 feet (2.1 m) wide. The station opened on April 26, 2019.
Arvada Center for Arts and Humanities
The Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities is a nonprofit, multi-use cultural facility in Arvada, Colorado, United States, which opened in 1976.